Spit Stephen Watt s debut collection drifts in and out of the streetlight like love children of Alex DeLarge and Travis Bickle but explored with a new fresh optimism and darkly comical approach This boo

  • Title: Spit
  • Author: Stephen Watt
  • ISBN: 9781844185955
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Paperback
  • Stephen Watt s debut collection drifts in and out of the streetlight, like love children of Alex DeLarge and Travis Bickle, but explored with a new, fresh optimism and darkly comical approach This book provides many voices which engage in the exploration of the psyche from the cradle to the grave, the mundane to the fantastical, through Glaswegian eyes and a small town flStephen Watt s debut collection drifts in and out of the streetlight, like love children of Alex DeLarge and Travis Bickle, but explored with a new, fresh optimism and darkly comical approach This book provides many voices which engage in the exploration of the psyche from the cradle to the grave, the mundane to the fantastical, through Glaswegian eyes and a small town flavoured heart.

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      Published :2018-05-10T23:05:17+00:00

    One thought on “Spit”

    1. Sharp, witty, biting prose.It's a thin book, which I found only encourages me to read each line, each word, each nuance in more detail. Taking my time, pouring over the wordplay.I'm not a big fan of poetry in general, but loved this!

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